Come To The Sunshine
Andrew Sandoval brings the world into his record room
Come To The Sunshine 156 - The Staccatos
August 06, 2019 11:50 AM PDT
In an episode first aired on August 6, 2019: DJ Andrew Sandoval spins an incredible selection of rare 1960's 45's by Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames, Sounds Bob Rogers, Alan Price, The Cherokees, Boo Boo And Bunky, Mike Furber And The Bowery Boys, The Poets, The Symbols, The Concinnators, Winston G., Hograth, Normie Rowe, Forever And Ever, The Changing Image, The Avengers, The Illusive Dream, The Arbors, The Cats, The Fool and The Tea Company.
In part two, he turns the Sunshine spotlight onto The Staccatos and their offshoot, Five Man Electrical Band for some outstanding sides spanning 1965-1968.Come To The Sunshine 155 - The Gants
July 16, 2019 10:23 AM PDT
In an episode first aired on July 15, 2019: DJ Andrew Sandoval spins a selection of recently discovered 45's by The Fifth Estate; The Mystery Trend; The Staccatos; The Playboys Of Edinburg; St. David's Road; The Hard Times; The Bows And Arrows; The Buckinghams; The Chateaus; English Setters; The Raggamuffins; Tommy T's Federal Reserve; Sonny Geraci; The Loved Ones; The Milky Way; The Rubber Band; Bobby Darin; The Razor's Edge; The Sound Idea and The Perfect Stone.
In the Sunshine artist spotlight, it is the groovy Gants in MONO! Featuring selections from their 45's and three Liberty albums.Come To The Sunshine 154 - The 60s song of Neil Sedaka
July 09, 2019 10:27 AM PDT
In an episode first aired July 8, 2019: DJ Andrew Sandoval explores the sixties songwriting of Neil Sedaka, as performed by Neil (himself); The Cyrkle; Bobby & Laurie; A Band Of Angels; Buddy England; The Hondells; Harmony Grass; The Roulettes; Kelly St. Clair; Bobby Sherman; Lesley Gore; Peppermint Rainbow; The Happenings; The Monkees; Davy Jones; Sally Field; Tony Orlando; The Fifth Dimension; The Chiffons and Don Thomas.Come To The Sunshine 153 - The Allusions
July 01, 2019 10:02 PM PDT
In an episode first aired July 1, 2019: DJ Andrew Sandoval features music collected during his recent trips through Australia and New Zealand, including 45's by: The Ram Jam Big Band; Ronnie Burns; The Gathering; The Avengers; Normie Rowe; The Cherokees; Town Criers; M.P.D. Limited; Steve And The Board; Bobby & Laurie; The Twilights; Marty Rhone; Spice Of Life; The Easybeats; The Thin Men; The Bee Gees; Mike Furber; Johnny Young; Ray Brown And The Whispers; The Why Four.
In the Sunshine artist spotlight, Sydney's The Allusions bring forth garagey jangles and quality pop recorded 1966-1968. Also, stay tuned for loads of rare Australian Coke jingles!Come To The Sunshine 58 - Ronnie Burns and Johnny Young
June 01, 2019 03:18 PM PDT
In an episode first aired on November 30, 2009: DJ Andrew Sandoval spins 45s by The Shakers; The Knack; The Kitchen Cinq; The Now; Proctor Amusement Co.; Hial B. King; Pastoral Symphony; Cast Of Thousands; John Damascus; The Saturday Morning Cartoon Show; Joey Cooper; Special Delivery; The Central Nervous System; The Guild Light Gauge; and Art Nouveaux.
In part two, Sandoval turns the Sunshine album spotlight onto two Australian sixties albums filled with great songs by Ronnie Burns (1966's Ronnie ) and Johnny Young (1967's Surprises). Both feature a copious amount of wonderful tunes penned by the Bee Gees.Come To The Sunshine 152 - The Smoke
May 27, 2019 05:20 PM PDT
In an episode first aired May 27, 2019: DJ Andrew Sandoval spins the groovy sixties sounds of pop psych, folk rock, soft pop and melancholy magic from original 45's by: English Setters; The Robbs; The Concinnators; Lyme & Cybelle; Brincos; The Beauchemins; Phil Ochs; Johnny Cymbal; The Flock; Chapter V; The Joyride; Bonni Long; The MIrage; The Kitchen Cinq; The Loved Ones; The Milky Way; The Choir; The Lownly Crowde; The Lively Set; as well as Susie Klee.
In the Sunshine spotlight, The Smoke provide tough mod sounds, searing guitars, whimsical psych and lysergic lyricisms. Includes rare mono mixes unavailable elsewhere.Come To The Sunshine 32 - The songs of Bonner and Gordon
May 21, 2019 10:14 AM PDT
In an episode first aired on January 14, 2008: DJ Andrew Sandoval explores the songbook of the prolific writing team, Garry Bonner & Alan Gordon. He spins covers of their work by Zal Yanovsky; Gary Lewis & The Playboys; their own group, The Magicians; The Turtles; The "E" Types; The Blues Magoos; The Critters; Elmo & Almo; Dino, Desi & Billy; Claudine Longet; The Barracuda; Gene Pitney; Petula Clark; The Mojo Men; Gandalf; Harpers Bizarre; The Lovin' Spoonful; Bobby Darin; The Fifth Estate; The Moods; The Furnacemen; The Osmond Brothers; Teddy Neely; and the Righteous Brothers.Come To The Sunshine 151 - Episode Six
May 14, 2019 12:24 PM PDT
In an episode first aired May 13, 2019: DJ Andrew Sandoval features 45's collected on his recent travels by The Concinnators, Chapter V, The Banned, The Arbors, A Group Called Eve, Fantasia, The Blue Subway, The Best Of Friends, The Fun And Games Commission, Randy Benjamin, The Grammy Fones, Peter Janes, The Poppy Family, The Californians, The Bittersweets, The Inner-Circle, The Cowsills, Andy Belling, Billy Bud, as well as The Abstracts.
In the artist spotlight, the pre-Purple sounds of Episode Six - stunning slices of Pop Psych, Soft Pop and groovy covers of Love, West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, Denny Laine and the 5th Dimension!Come To The Sunshine 150 - An interview with Lenny Waronker
May 06, 2019 05:36 PM PDT
In an episode first aired May 6, 2019: DJ Andrew Sandoval takes you to 3300 Warner Blvd. to hear his discussion with record producer, Lenny Waronker. They discuss and play Lenny's productions for Bobby Vee, Dick Jensen And The Imports, The Mojo Men, Harpers Bizarre, Michael Whalen, Lola Falana, The Beau Brummels, Tom Northcott, The Everly Brothers, Van Dyke Parks, Randy Newman, Sal Valentino, Nancy Sinatra & Brian Wilson.
Along the way, Lenny also talks about his work with Snuff Garrett, Mo Ostin, Nick DeCaro, Harry Nilsson, Leon Russell, Jack Nitzsche, Ry Cooder and many more 1960's luminaries.Come To The Sunshine 45 - The World Of Michael Lloyd
April 29, 2019 09:59 PM PDT
In an episode first aired August 25, 2008: DJ Andrew Sandoval explores the world of producer/songwriter/musician, Michael Lloyd. A prolific record maker to this day, we explore his earliest sides and associations with records by Boystown, The Rogues, The Laughing Wind, Raw Edge, American Revolution, Marcia Strassman, Kim Fowley, Elfstone, The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, California Spectrum, The Smoke, October Country, Brigadune and Rockit.
Grammy nominated producer/engineer, Andrew Sandoval, brings the world into his magical record room for an array of rarities, hidden gems and mono minutiae. He calls it "Come To The Sunshine," and for the last ten years, thousands of worldwide listeners have.
Born in Santa Monica, California Andrew P. Sandoval is a songwriter, musician, author and Grammy nominated producer and engineer. As a reissue producer, Sandoval has worked on releases by such artists as The Beach Boys, Bee Gees, The Kinks, The Monkees, The Band, Elvis Costello, Big Star, Chris Bell, Jan & Dean, The Cyrkle, Left Banke, Love, Pretty Things, Elton John, The Troggs, Wayne Fontana and The Mindbenders, P.F. Sloan, The Everly Brothers, Manfred Mann, Three Dog Night, The Zombies, Gene Clark, Tom Jones, The Grass Roots, Roger McGuinn, The Hollies, Blues Magoos, The Beau Brummels, The Turtles, Tommy James & The Shondells and The Easybeats.
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